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    Quote Originally Posted by C4IGrant View Post
    What are some good 700 receivers and barrels to use with this new Magpul chassis. Any got a favorite??


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    I would go Defiance Deviant. Smooth, reliable, and durable. Iíve had issues with Stillers.


    As far as barrels, Iíve had awesome luck with Bartlein barrels (both on customs and on AINA barrels). Whatís more important than maker of the barrel is the reamer and quality of the chamber job.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 03scgt View Post
    1k dollars has to be some sort of a joke for that thing when you can buy an MPA or KRG chassis for the same or less(less in most cases).I like it but they are competing at the top of the price range with all metal chassis that weight the same

    Hell I paid $775 for my MPA BA chassis brand new from a brick and mortar retail shop lol

    1k for folding. $900 for non-folding. Iíd imagine steer price will be less. And the KRG W3 is more like $1200 for a folder, and yes, has lots of plastic.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dozer View Post
    Hello all,

    Thank you for the interest and comments on the Pro 700. From the earliest days of the Hunter 700 we knew we wanted to develop a high end, full feature chassis for the Remington 700 platform. We set forward with developing a purposeful list of features and attributes intended to optimize end user adjustability while ensuring we provide extremely rigid, ambidextrous chassis to ensure the shooter has total confidence in repeatable performance. The full machined aluminum chassis is covered with Magpul polymer skins to protect the mechanisms, prevent damage, improve ergonomics, features tool-less adjustment of LOP and CH, has an ambidextrous folding hinge that clears the bold handle, adjustable butt-pad for height and cant, adjustable cheek riser fore/aft & reversible, enlarged trigger well, adjustable grip for trigger reach, two different grips included, full M-LOK compatibility for the forend & stock, and will have an NVD mounting solution available. The Pro 700 provides the best value when set side by side to other comparable models currently in the market.



    Question: the FDE rifle chassis that you showcased at SOFIC and SHOT with the SF can on it; what was the barrel length on that particular setup?

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    It's a 16" barrel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elephantrider View Post
    It's a 16" barrel.
    Thank you

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    Does anybody have one of these chassis put together and used?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex V View Post
    What are the chances of a Tikka T3 comparable version? The Remington 700 action is so yesterday. :-)
    Yes please.

    Quote Originally Posted by hotrodder636 View Post
    Does anybody have one of these chassis put together and used?
    I'd be interested in any first hand information as well. While I've been looking at setting up a Tikka T3 it wouldn't take much to say screw it and pick up a Surgeon 591SA and go for broke.
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    I don't have any usage experience with it but I handled it a lot at SHOT. I'm pretty sure the Magpul guys thought I was stalking them by the end of the week with how many times I stopped by.

    It really is a well built chassis that is completely ambidextrous. The stock locked up solid enough to make it fell like a non folder. The stock was comfortable. Everything felt well made. I couldn't find anything it was missing.

    The only downside could find is that it's not as "cool looking" as a Cadex, AI, etc... and that's a pretty weak negative.
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